“Bring Back the Beaver” by The Funny Terns is a delightful departure from the conventional Christmas single landscape, injecting a hearty dose of humor and purpose into the festive season. This tongue-in-cheek charity single not only spreads holiday joy but also champions a noble cause – the rewilding movement, aiming to propel nature to the top of the Christmas charts.
The song masterfully combines lighthearted festive spirit with a witty yet pertinent exploration of a serious environmental issue – the loss of biodiversity in the UK. Against a backdrop of cheerful melodies, the duo weaves clever lyrics that draw attention to the urgency of rewilding, creating a harmonious balance between comedy and consciousness. At the forefront of this musical venture is frontwoman Natalie Fée, whose longstanding commitment to environmental causes adds a layer of authenticity to the song. As an award-winning environmentalist and founder of ‘City to Sea,’ an anti-pollution charity, Fée brings a genuine passion for positive change to the forefront.
“Bring Back the Beaver” is more than just a catchy tune; it’s a creative call to action. The Funny Terns cleverly leverage humor and holiday cheer to engage listeners in a crucial conversation about our impact on the environment. By supporting this initiative, listeners not only get to enjoy a quirky and entertaining holiday song but also become part of a movement that strives to make a positive impact on the planet. In the realm of Christmas singles, “Bring Back the Beaver” stands out as a festive anthem with heart, purpose, and a whole lot of humor.